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The meaning of \--->

 
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In HF EIB book, when describing the method call stack in transactions, a flow chart is often used,
Method 1 (tx) --> Method 2(tx) -->Method 3 (tx)
\\--> Method 4 (tx)
\--> Method 5 (tx)
For the first line, it means method 1 calls method2 and method 2 calls method 3, then method 3 returns and method 2 returns. But how about the second and third line?
 
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Hi Boyan,
Sorry that those diagrams weren't a little clearer!
Here's what they mean:
If you see multiple methods on the same line, they are nested, i.e. method 1 calls method 2, which calls method 3, which calls method 4...
If you see something like this (excuse the ascii art) :

It means, m1 calls m2, once m2 completes, m1 calls m3, once m3 completes, m1 calls m4
Hope that helps.
Bert
[ December 30, 2003: Message edited by: Bert Bates ]
[ December 30, 2003: Message edited by: Bert Bates ]
[ December 30, 2003: Message edited by: Bert Bates ]
 
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